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Tuesday, July 15, 2014

Burning Man's All-Women Camp Fundraising for Desert Dome

Posted By on Tue, Jul 15, 2014 at 2:00 PM

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If you're going to be out on the dusty plains of Black Rock you definitely need some shelter. And you may also want some privacy -- especially if you're at a strap-on-a-thon workshop.

The Beavers (yes, you're on the right path) are raising funds for a new dome for the only all women (trans inclusive) Burning Man camp: Camp Beaverton. They are also the hosts of the seven-years-and-running strap-on-a-thon workshop, as well as offer other Burning Man LGBTQA events. What is a strap-on-a-thon you ask? It's a workshop for all women to learn how to use a strap on of course!

Many of the Beavers are based in the Bay Area, and will be making the trek out to the Playa in August, hopefully with a new tent. But here's the catch, those domes don't come cheap, and at $30k they have a lot of fundraising to do. But if you're the type to want to check out the strap-a-thon -- in between dancing and hula-hooping on the desert plains -- then you may want to consider donating towards the tent. More info can be found at crowdtilt.com.

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